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VICE Canada Reports
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Overdose Crisis on the US-Canada Border: Steel Town Down

WARNING: This film contains graphic images of drug use. Steel Town Down traces the cycle of drug use in a struggling Canadian steel town on the US border as it grapples with a dramatic rise in overdoses linked to fentanyl.
VICE News Shorts / Extra Scene
2:57

The Soo's Dirty Secret (Mama Bear)

VICE followed local resident Connie Raynor-Elliott, known as "Mama Bear," who has made it her mission to help drug users and those suffering with addictions in her spare time.
Symptomatic
10:24

Searching the Deep Sea for New Antibiotics

Motherboard pays a visit to William Fenical, the researcher who believes that the solution to antibiotic resistance lies at the bottom of the ocean.
Symptomatic
10:49

Inside America’s High-Security Animal Disease Laboratory

Motherboard speaks to the scientists tasked with developing foot-and-mouth disease vaccines at one of the most protected labs in the world.
Symptomatic
15:46

Meet the Scientists Hunting Zika-Carrying Mosquitoes

Motherboard goes to the front lines of the efforts to contain the Aedes Aegypti Mosquito, the carrier of deadly diseases such as Dengue, Yellow Fever, and now Zika.
Symptomatic / Clip
0:58

Symptomatic (Trailer)

In our three-part documentary series Symptomatic, Motherboard dives into the world of disease prevention and containment.
Tonic Spotlight
27:10

The End of HIV? The Truvada Revolution

VICE explores the future of Truvada and its revolutionary impact on ending HIV/AIDs.
VICE News Specials
15:33

Back from the Brink: Heroin's Antidote

VICE News investigates how effective Narcan — a nasal spray that can halt opioid overdoses instantly — has been in stopping fatal overdoses.
VICE News Specials
15:33

Combatting America's Opioid Crisis: Heroin's Antidote

VICE News investigates how effective Narcan — a nasal spray that can halt opioid overdoses instantly — has been in stopping fatal overdoses.
VICE News Specials
29:19

The Fight Against Ebola

VICE News traveled to Monrovia to spend time with those on the front lines of the ebola outbreak.